Learn to unplug when you need to

Learn to unplug when you need to
Learn to unplug when you need to
Rashi Menda, CEO, Zapyle, talks about managing her work-life balance.

Managing work-life balance
One shouldn’t worry too much about being a perfectionist because it makes you too involved with just one thing and ignore other things completely. Secondly, learn to unplug when you need to because rejuvenation gives you time to regroup and come back with fresh ideas.

Being a fit woman
To me, being fit and healthy is important not just to look good, but also to be productive. I do strength training and yoga regularly, I love
dancing. I also watch what I eat.

Energy high and happiness
Energy starts with the people around you, so my team at office and my family at home keep me positive and happy.

Risk-taker or a micro-planner?
Bit of both – there are situations where you have to gamble and go all out as it involves returns that are high. And then there are times where I study my options before taking a decision.
Spiritual diet
Work hard, have goals, but also be content with what you have, because happiness is also a state of mind.
Handling failure/success
Failures are the best teachers in life. I don’t regret any decision I took in the past because it taught me a lot. And as far as success is concerned, acknowledge and appreciate it and move on to the next thing.
Crisis management
Communication is the key. You have to understand how to deal with the situation, have a plan with clear objectives in mind. Be honest and open.

 The song you like to hum
 Don’t Let Me Down by The Chainsmokers ft. Daya
 A book that means a lot to you

Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell

source”times of india”

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